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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Lee Gunn, Sep 12, 2010.
There was a problem with the tires
Ya but we can all cheer our brand! It sure looks like more Bemer's and KTMs are napping then DR's!
I think she was trying to tell me she needed a clean... It was a very easy water crossing, complicated by the guy in front dropping his at the start to the next, I decided to stop focussing on what I was doing and rush over to help... then I was sitting in the stream
Ok heres another DR then
Crappy pic., but the bike was fully loaded after a long weekend trip, infront was 3 steps of the same slimy moss covered rock you see to the left and I failed to negotiate This could count as 2 DR,s as I took the pic beside another DR that was in the same position moments earlier.......apparently its easier going the other direction
I think that will buff out just fine
Would this indicate a top heavy load? :huh
A classic picture... for the bad tires...
It's not on it's side but it is standing alone.
Our PC at work tagged this picture as Porn and blocked it!
I know my buddy... whom we will just call...I don't know...John?
Yes, John is good.
Well this happened... when......uh................. the receipt............... shot out of the pump too quick and knocked over his bike. I am helping him pick it up while avoiding any other high speed thermal print paper point of sale receipts coming at us.
John this is what you get for that parting shot of the hairy bung hole I got leaving Montes... Later dudes!
Should I ride down this?
Uh, Oh! Now I have to ride it up.:eek1
It almost worked out...
This one cost me a knee surgery. Yay!
I managed to self-extricate.
Turns out riding on pottery clay is a little difficult.
It really was MUCH trickier than it looks.
Not really, just more than what I was up for at the moment. I bet my bike has a hell of a lot better stories to tell than your little DRI ride my bike to my limits and then some, you ought to try it sometime then you could post some pictures
John in somewhere in the middle of nowhere Colombia with a net connection
I'm sure I will be building my photo album this summer as i just picked up the DR a month ago!
Going for a slide on the track
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Did a good number on her around November. Walked away without a scratch, but the bike want so lucky. Smashed the hell out of my generator housing, snapped my shifter off, and tweaked my front wheel off center.
Just before The Steps on Black Bear Pass Colorado. It was at this moment that I accepted how poor my slow speed skills were and vowed to improve them.